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I made this with Toffutti Better'n Cream Cheese since dairy doesn't sit well with me, Hershey's Special Dark cocoa, and fat-free cool whip. I used my stand mixer for smoothest results. I *added* 1/4 cup smooth peanut butter with the cream cheese, and put it in an oreo (chocolate) crust. Twice this month. Did I mention it was popular? The more freezing time, the better; 20 minutes just wasn't as good as later.

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nethope February 26, 2012

Very Good! It also holds the pie shape which is great!

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JackieCollas June 13, 2011

This is wonderful! I made a few changes, scaled it back for six servings, and used the mini graham cracker crusts. I also added 1/2 of a cup of melted chocolate chips, used reduced fat cream cheese and fat free cool whip. I eliminated the regular sugar and used a natural sugar substitute, eight packets in all. I also added a tad more cocoa powder, and put meringue on the tops. We haven't eaten them yet, but I've tasted the mousse, and it is amazing! Thanks FruitLoop!!!!!

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noodleme20 March 24, 2010

Very easy to make! They go together so fast! I just threw together two of these in under half an hour. I have two more to make, just have to wait for my hubby to return with more cocoa (I didn't have quite enough). I am making 4 of these, two for a community Soup & Pie fundraiser, one to eat at home, and one to freeze for later. I am doing two of them with graham crusts and two with chocolate. I think I used about 4 oz of cream cheese per pie, as up here in Canada ours come in 8 oz bricks. I bought the large tubs of cool whip (I never see smaller ones at the stores), so I used about 2/3 of a tub per pie. Heaped into a Keebler pie crust they look quite lovely.

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Stylin'Dog March 14, 2010

This was easy to make and tasted great! I used individual graham cracker pie crusts, and poured a little bit of melted chocolate in the bottoms first. Then I drizzled the finished cups with chocolate Magic Shell syrup....delicious! My hubby loved these for Father's Day...needless to say I didn't have any leftovers :)

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MeredithJ July 12, 2009

This was a huge hit with the kids on Thanksgiving (non pumpkin pie eaters). I made as suggested but used individual graham cracker shells. So much easier than serving up slices! Thanks for this yummy treat!

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour November 28, 2008

Tastes like a Fudgesicle! :D Very easy to make, and sets up fast in the freezer. I put extra whipped topping in the center, and used chocolate chips to serve as cutting guides. Thanks.

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CheapThrills August 26, 2008

WOW, I whipped this up in maybe 5 minutes top and it is so tasty. What a wonderful recipe. You've just got to try this one!!

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Brayden'sMoM February 09, 2008

I was looking for something easy to throw together tonight for my dh on Valentines day. I have to say that it was toooo easy to throw together, and is definitely a husband pleaser. He is about to go and eat his second piece. No changes are necessary. Thanks so much for sharing!

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Loves2Teach February 14, 2007
Easy Chocolate Mousse Pie